Apple Watch Series 4: I hiked for 6 hours straight so you wouldn't have to - CNET

Battery life for most smartwatches arenít particularly long, and having to charge them every few days (versus traditional watches that almost never need to be charged) is a bit off-putting for some. However it seems that Apple has made some improvements with the Apple Watch Series 4 that could convince people to hop on board.Now one of the features of the Apple Watch is its ability to track your sleep. However given that this is a continuously running feature, itís not surprising that it is a bit of a battery drain as well. However in a report from 9to5Mac, their testing/review of the device found that not only was the Apple Watch Series 4 able to track your sleep, but there was enough battery leftover where you could comfortably wear it throughout the next day as well, assuming that youíre not a particularly intensive user.This seems to apply to older models like the Series 3, so we reckon itís most likely due to a combination of software that helps optimize the watchís energy usage, and also hardware that

Apple Watch Series 4: I hiked for 6 hours straight so you wouldn't have to - CNET

Six-hour activity tracking, a larger screen and automatic workout detection -- we closed a lot of rings to test all the fitness features on the new Apple Watch.

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Apple Watch Series 4: We put all of its fitness claims to the test - CNET

Six-hour activity tracking, a larger screen and automatic workout detection; we logged a lot of miles and closed a lot of rings to test all the fitness features on the new Apple Watch Series ...

Thu 11 Oct 18 from CNET

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